A microchip can help reunite you with your pet should they ever get lost.
Worried your pet might run off if the door is left ajar? Microchips are a permanent form of identification that help reunite pet owners with their pets. Microchips are placed under the skin, and when scanned at a veterinary clinic or shelter, the pet owner's information is available. To know more about the microchipping procedure, call us at 519-360-4508.
The procedure is similar to getting a vaccination or a blood test. Your pet won't notice anything but a slight pinch when the injection containing the microchip is inserted.
No, the microchip is not a GPS-enabled device. You cannot use it to track your pet. The microchip is RFID-enabled and contains only your contact information which is available once your pet is scanned at an animal shelter or veterinary clinic.
No, you don't need to replace it at any point in your pet's life. Once inserted, it can be used for a lifetime.
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